Mumbai: The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) on Tuesday July 24 released online the updated State Merit List of NEET UG-2017 of the students who are seeking admission in MBBS, BDS and other para medical courses for the academic year 2017-18.
The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) has however postponed the release of 1st Selection List for admission to Health Sciences Courses. The 1st Selection List was scheduled to be released on July 25.
"The declaration of 1st Selection List on July 25th for selection to Health Sciences courses is being postponded", the Director of Medical Education & Research, Mumbai said in a statement.
"The date of 1st Selection List will be declared in due courcse on DMER website", it added.
Meanwhile, the State Merit List of NEET UG-2017 is now online on DMER official website and candidates can directly access them by clicking here: dmer.org.
The 941 pages list contauns the names of a total of 49,856 students.
After NEET UG 2017 results, every state is individually accepting online registrations for admissions in medical colleges. Accordingly, the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), Maharashtra also called for applications from NEET qualifiers.
National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET UG -2017) is organized all over India. Students who had cracked 12th standard HSC exam participated in thw test.
After the release of NEET 2017 Maharashtra Provisional Merit List candidates are asked to attend for Document Verification at allotted 4 centres.
Maharashtra NEET Provisional Merit List 2017: Document Verification Centres:
- Mumbai – Grant Government Medical College, Sir J.J. Hospital Campus, Byculla, Mumbai-400008
- Pune – B.J. Government Medical College, Pune
- Aurangabad – Government Medical College, Aurangabad
- Nagpur – Government Medical College, Nagpur
Candidates should note that after the release of the Provisional Merit List NEET 2017 today, they should confirm their admission at any one of the above centres on or before July 14, 2017.
According to Medical Counselling Committee, out of the total 3500+ seats in Maharashtra, only 15% are “All India Quota Seats” and rest 85% seats are under the State Government.